Instagram influencers EXPOSED for posing with products that have never been opened in newsworthy sponsored posts
It’s no secret that influencers can make a living promoting products on Instagram.
Eagle-eyed fans recently discovered the rise of an embarrassing new trend on the internet: influencers posing with cosmetics they’ve never even used.
This week, famous ‘snark’ account Celeb Spellcheck posted a series of images of influencers posing alongside unopened products from hair care brand Bondi Boost.
Oops! Notorious ‘snark’ Celeb Spellcheck account has revealed an embarrassing trend of influencers posting sponsored product reviews for hair care brand Bondi Boost, while posing alongside unopened products. Pictured: Model Indy Clinton
Each influencer caption claimed that they had been using the product for quite some time – even though their photos suggested they had never even removed the cover.
In one article, model Indy Clinton poses nude under a towel with a bottle of “ hair growth and breastfeeding support ” pills.
While Indy claimed she had been taking the Bondi Boost tablets for ‘four weeks’, fans noticed that the safety theft of the bottle was still intact, meaning the bottle had not yet been opened. .
Busted: Celeb Spellcheck shared this post from influencer Gia Giudice. The reality TV star was seen posing for a selfie with two unopened bottles of Bondi Boost shampoo and conditioner – though she claimed she used the products ‘multiple times’ in the caption
Elsewhere, influencer Gia Giudice poses for a selfie with two unopened bottles of Bondi Boost shampoo and conditioner.
However, in the caption, the reality TV star claimed that she had used the products ‘multiple times’ and her hair was ‘super soft’ as a result.
Celeb Spellcheck also featured an article from mummy blogger Vada Stevens holding two bottles of Bondi Boost hair care that were clearly unopened and still covered in shrink wrap.
Forget something? Celeb Spellcheck also featured a post from mummy blogger Vada Stevens holding two unopened Bondi Boost hair care bottles
Still Packed: Upon closer inspection, fans noticed that the bottles Vada owned were still covered in shrink wrap.
Sealed: Another photo shows influencer Shannon Lawson posing in front of two unopened bottles of Bondi Boost tablets
Safety first? Shannon’s bathroom vanity containers still had security seals intact, meaning they had never been opened
In his caption, Celeb Spellcheck reflected, “ Does Bondi Boost have a clause in their contract that prohibits influencers from opening their products? ”
In another caption, the anonymous account jokingly wrote, “ We’re all punk. #bondirescue ‘.
Daily Mail Australia has contacted Bondi Boost for comment
Hmm: In his caption, Celeb Spellcheck said, “ Does Bondi Boost have a clause in their contract that prohibits influencers from opening their products? ”
Exposed: In another caption, the anonymous account jokingly wrote, ‘We’re all punk. #bondirescue ‘